What is ISHA?




The Irish Safety at Height Association (ISHA) was formed by a number of companies, Skyway Safe Access Equipment,   Brandon Agencies,  Bruce Shaw Safety Management and Garland Safety Management with the aim of promoting safe work at height practices in Ireland. 

The aims and objectives of ISHA are to:

   - Establish a credible source for impartial practical advice to clients, architects, design teams, PSDP, PSCS and others on all aspects of      preventing falls from heights

   - Summarise and demystify legislation and create easy to understand guides

   - Create an understanding of best industry practice that will be practical and in compliance with regulations

   - Review papers and best industry practice internationally and apply outcomes into an Irish context

   - Identify and influence future changes in regulations, standards and government practices

   - Present topics at Conferences / Exhibitions to further educate interested parties on safe working at height.

   - Disseminate information to interested parties through printed guides, website, blogs, e-zines or other similar methods. 


Who We Are - info@safetyatheight.ie

Latest News


July 2012

Our inaugural guide is launched - Safe Work at Height - Roofs - Download Here


September 2012

ISHA is featured in the Health and Safety Review Journal - Click here for the article


February 2013

ISHA will present at the 2013 FM Ireland Conference - Details can be found here


March 2013

New guides launch - Safe Work at Height - Projects Involving Works to an Existing Roof and Safety Work at Height - Key Considerations


March 2013

ISHA present at Facilities Management Ireland Conference 2013


August 2013

Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013 come into force - Guide to New Regulations


September 2013

New guide launched - Safety Work at Height - Ladders


September 2013

ISHA's ladder guide featured in September Edition of Health and Safety Review - Click here for the article which includes information on legal cases surrounding accidents involving ladders


February 2014

The Construction Safety Partnership (CSP) has launched a revised "Client Requirements - to make Particular Safety & Health Appointments" document - Click here for revised document


March 2014

Irish Safety at Height Assocaition to speak at the FM Ireland Conferance on 6th March 2014 - Click here for detials



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